Andrew Allen Webster


Andrew Allen Webster has completed his first degree in the field of Pharmacy and Doctorate in Pharmaceutical chemistry from Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia.He is currently working as a Professor of Pharmacy at Belmont University. He has received many international awards and recognition for his contribution in various fields of pharmacy. He also served on the editorial board and as a reviewer for some of the international journals such as “Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Designing”. He is an active member of many professional societies such as “American Chemical Society” and funded grants for his research. He published many articles in both national and international journals.

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His scientific research focuses on Impact of pedagogical processes on learning, Preparation of undergraduate and graduate courses in Medicinal Chemistry, Physiologic Chemistry, Research Methodology, Dosage form stability studies, Structure-activity relationships, with the emphasis on the synthesis and evaluation of novel pharmacologic agents.

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